Raja Enga Raja
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|Raja Enga Raja|
|Directed by||T. Vijayasingaam|
|Written by||A. Veerappan|
|Screenplay by||T. Vijayasingaam|
|Story by||A. Veerappan|
|Edited by||M. G. Balu|
M. R. Movies
|Distributed by||M. R. Movies|
|10 March 1995|
Raja Enga Raja is a 1995 Tamil language drama film directed by T. Vijayasingaam. The film features Goundamani, Ramya Krishnan and Sadhana in lead roles. The film, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja.
Raja (Goundamani) works in New Delhi and is in love with his friend Prabha (Sadhana). However, during his visit to his hometown, a remote village in Tamil Nadu, his parents arrange his wedding with his cousin - Lakshmi (Ramya Krishnan), an uneducated but innocent girl from the same village. Raja is forcefully married to Lakshmi and thinks that Lakshmi is of no match to him. Raja and Lakshmi leave to Delhi. Prabha gets shocked knowing about Raja’s wedding, but understands his situation and accepts it.
Raja feels bad as Lakshmi is not educated and keeps scolding her often for her ignorance. Lakshmi doubts Raja having an affair with Prabha. Lakshmi also does not like Raja speaking with any of his female colleagues which angers him further. Raja sends Lakshmi back to his village and asks her not to return to Delhi. But Raja’s parents decide to unite Lakshmi and Raja.
Raja’s parents take Lakshmi along with them to Delhi. They meet Prabha and understand that Prabha is a kind hearted woman and she sees Raja only as a good friend. Raja’s parents advice Lakshmi not to doubt Raja’s character. Lakshmi realizes her mistake and starts trusting Raja. Also Prabha starts to teach some basic etiquettes to Lakshmi. Lakshmi learns English and starts working as a tourist guide in Delhi. Now Raja starts doubting Lakshmi as she speaks with many male tourists. Finally Raja realizes his mistake and patches up with Lakshmi.
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